A red carpet return. Riley Keough stepped out at the Thursday, February 23, premiere of Daisy Jones & The Six.
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EXCLUSIVE: More/Medavoy Management has signed actor Rahel Romahn, the most recent recipient of the prestigious Heath Ledger Scholarship, for representation.
Romahn landed Australia’s top acting prize last January, most recently appearing alongside Charlie Hunnam in the thriller series Shantaram based on the same-name novel by Gregory David Roberts, which was created for Apple TV+ by Eric Warren Singer and Steve Lightfoot.
Since winning the Heath Ledger Scholarship, the actor has been working non-stop, recently wrapping a supporting role alongside Pete Davidson and Orlando Bloom in David Michôd’s Plan B-produced A24 film Wizards!. He also recently wrapped a production of Amadeus at the Sydney Opera House, which had him playing Mozart to Michael Sheen’s Salieri.
Romahn will also be seen in the forthcoming second season of the Peacock/Stan comedy series Wolf Like Me, toplined by Isla Fisher and Josh Gad. The actor, now in production in a leading role on 9Network’s Human Error in Australia, continued to be repped there by Shanahan Management.
A red carpet return. Riley Keough stepped out at the Thursday, February 23, premiere of Daisy Jones & The Six.
Riley Keough has made her first red carpet appearance since the shock death of her mother, Lisa Marie Presley.The actress, 33, had her husband Ben Smith-Petersen close by her side as she attended the premiere for her upcoming miniseries Daisy Jones & The Six on Thursday evening, weeks after her mother Lisa Marie passed away from a cardiac arrest. Riley, who is the only daughter of Lisa Marie and musician Danny Keough and the granddaughter of Elvis Presley, looked beautiful in a plunging black dress with a glittery skirt, which she paired with a pair of ornate green earrings and long silk-style gloves.
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Emmerdale star Lisa Riley has taken fans on a trip down memory line as she recalled her former role on another ITV show. The actress, who is famed for playing Mandy Dingle in the ITV soap, was reacting to the news that You've Been Framed has reportedly been axed after 33 years on air.
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Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Veteran auteur Mario Martone, whose Naples-set drama “Nostalgia” launched last year from Cannes, has quite a lot in common with Massimo Troisi, Italy’s beloved late comic actor-director who is best known internationally as the star of Oscar-winning film “Il Postino.” Which is why Martone was well-suited to direct the multi-layered doc about Troisi’s legacy “Somebody Down There Likes Me” that is screening in the Berlinale Special sidebar. For starters, they are both Neapolitan, and were born only a few years a part. Troisi – who in “Il Postino” played the simple postman who rides his bicycle on a sandy Italian island to deliver mail to his sole client, the Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda – died tragically of congenital heart failure at age 41 in June 1994, the day after “Il Postino” finished shooting at Rome’s Cinecittà studios.
The female members of the Royal family are its backbone, and each one plays her part in ensuring its survival.To mark International Women’s Day, OK! magazine celebrates the Royal women with a Special Collector's Edition. With the help of experts, the magazine examines their differing roles in the family, how they contribute to our society through their charity patronages and what makes them role models for the nation.There’s no doubt that Camilla, the Queen Consort, Anne, the Princess Royal, Sophie, the Countess of Wessex and Kate, the Princess of Wales will all be looking to maintain the legacy of the Queen as the monarchy moves forward without her.
Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent New Disney+ original series “The Good Mothers,” which provides a fresh female take on the Calabrian mob, marks a case of truly organic collaboration between the U.K. and Italy to ensure that a great story didn’t risk losing an iota of authenticity. The show, which is competing in the “Berlinale Series” section, depicts the Calabrian mob through the prism of three daring women inside the ‘Ndrangheta organized crime clan who collaborated with a female prosecutor and withstood the consequences of their attempt to escape its iron grip. It is produced produced by Juliette Howell, Tessa Ross and Harriet Spencer for London’s House Productions, which originated the project, and by Mario Gianani and Lorenzo Gangarossa for Rome’s Wildside, a Fremantle company, which helped to firmly root the story in its Calabrian context.
Shawn Mendes opened up about stepping back from his tour last year and changing his look in a new interview.
Marta Balaga The Polish film industry is embracing variety and high-profile international collaborations, with a slew of new co-productions already generating buzz among buyers and festival programmers. “More and more established filmmakers, who used to look for collaborators in Romania or Hungary, are now coming to Poland — mostly because we are backed by concrete institutions and because there is money,” says producer Klaudia Śmieja-Rostworowska of Madants, heading to Berlinale’s European Film Market with “Ultima Thule” and Goran Stolevski’s “Housekeeping for Beginners.” “Our crews speak English and work abroad. We are visible internationally,” she adds.
Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italy’s Kino Produzioni, the indie shingle that co-produced 2022 Berlin Golden Bear winner “Alcarràs,” is ramping up production with new films by emerging Italian filmmakers Carlo Sironi, Laura Luchetti and Irene Dionisio, as well as also Dutch director Michiel Van Erp and Argentine filmmakers María Alché and Benjamín Naishtat. “We reached a turning point last year that started out well with the ‘Alcarràs’ victory,” said Kino chief Giovanni Pompili, speaking at the EFM. He noted that in 2022, the Rome-based outfit shot four films, “which for us was pretty challenging, but worked out well.” Meanwhile, the Kino team has grown. Producer Lara Costa-Calzado, who has been working for a decade between the U.S. and Europe on films such as Eliza Hittman’s Silver Bear winner “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” Sally Potter’s “The Roads Not Taken” and Halina Rejin’s “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” has joined Kino as head of production.
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Lisa Marie Presley's sudden and tragic death, Riley Keough is keeping busy and focusing on her next big project.The actress is the star of the upcoming, and highly anticipated, book-to-television adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid's 2019 hit book Daisy Jones and the Six – courtesy of Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine – which debuts on Amazon next month.Ahead of the long-awaited premiere, she made her official TikTok debut to promote the series with her co-star and on-screen love interest Sam Claflin.WATCH: New trailer for Daisy Jones & the SixMORE: Carrie Underwood reveals jaw-dropping addition to her 400-acre family homeNot hiding what novices they both are with the social media giant, she captioned her very first video on the app with: "We have no idea what we're doing, but we're here."The two appear side by side against a wall, Riley in a chic, all-white suit with just a bra under it, while Sam donned a seemingly 1970s inspired ensemble consisting of chocolate brown pants, a rusty beige polo shirt, plus a printed gray blazer over it.MORE: Kelly Ripa's proud mom moment as son Michael lands major roleThey immediately broke into laughter as soon as they attempted to film their first TikTok, and in another video shared on Sam's own new TikTok account, he joked they were "finally" on "TokTik," later revealing in the caption that it was their co-star, singer Suki Waterhouse, who made them join and do the [email protected] We have no idea what we’re doing, but we’re here ✌
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With the recent news that “That ’90s Show” has been renewed for a second season, ET Canada spoke with Reyn Doi, who plays Ozzie on the show.
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Fox News contributor Douglas Murray came to famous author J.K. Rowling's defense as she faces "malevolent" attacks from the left for comments about biological sex that were deemed transphobic. On "Fox & Friends" Wednesday, Murray said her opinion was straightforward and proves that conservatives don't have to "bow down" to the left.
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Julia MacCary editor Álvaro Morte, Benedetta Porcaroli, Dora Romano and Giorgio Colangeli have joined Black Bear Pictures’ upcoming psychological horror film “Immaculate” with previously announced star and producer Sydney Sweeney. The film has begun its principal photography in Rome. The horror film depicts devoutly religious Cecilia (Sweeney) who receives an offer at an illustrious Italian convent. While seemingly picture-perfect, her new home in the Italian countryside holds some horrifying secrets. Morte’s credits include “Money Heist,” “Mirage,” “The Wheel of Time” and the upcoming series “Talkies.” Porcaroli has worked on projects such as “Perfect Strangers” “Baby,” “18 Presents” and the upcoming “Il Vangelo Secondo Maria.” Romano was featured in “The Hand of God,” “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer,” “Imma Tataranni – Deputy Prosecutor” and “Night Sun.” Colangeli’s credits include “Il Divo,” “Mindemic,” “Citizens of the World” and the upcoming “Castelrotto.” Sweeney’s acting work includes “Euphoria,” “The White Lotus” and “The Handmaid’s Tale.”